I. To Day, the Lord in Triumph reigns,
Breaks Death and Hell's infernal Chains;
Retakes his Life, and Majesty;
Praise him to all Eternity. Hallelujah.
II. When he descended into Hell,
Satan and all his Legions fell:
Behold the great Accuser cast:
The Hour of Darkness now is past. Hallelujah.
III. Now let the infernal Lions roar,
They cannot hurt us as before;
Lost is the Pow'r of all those Fiends:
We are God's Children, Heirs, and Friends. Hallelujah.
IV. O sweet Redeemer, Jesus Christ!
Our Sacrifice, and great High-Priest,
Lead us by thine Almighty Grace,
To end with Joy our Christian Race. Hallelujah.
V. Infinite Love, gracious Lord!
Thy wond'rous Name shall be ador'd;
To Thee be endless Honours giv'n
By all on Earth, and all in Heav'n. Hallelujah.
|Instances (1 - 4 of 4)||Title||First Line||Tune||Tune Key||Author||Meter||Scripture||Date||Subject||Source|
|A Collection of Evangelical Hymns; made from Different Authors and Collections for the English Lutheran Church in New York #d253||Today, the Lord in triumph reigns||Today, the Lord in triumph reigns||J. C. Jacobi||1797|
|A Hymn and Prayer-Book: for the use of such Lutheran churches as Use the English language #46||Today, the Lord in triumph reigns||Today, the Lord in triumph reigns||J. C. Jacobi||1795|
|Hymns of Praise, Sung by the Youth of the Evangelical Lutheran Zion's Congregation of Loonenburg ... Albany, N.Y. #d24||Today, the Lord in triumph reigns||Today, the Lord in triumph reigns||J. C. Jacobi||1792|
|Psalmodia Germanica: or, The German Psalmody: translated from the high Dutch together with their proper tunes and thorough bass (2nd ed., corr. and enl.) #40||To Day, the Lord in Triumph reigns||To Day, the Lord in Triumph reigns||[To Day the Lord in Triumph reigns]||1732||Resurrection of Christ ||